Bhutan is known for its spicy hot chillies and this is their signature dish served with Bhutanese red rice.
This Bengali delicacy makes use of a marvelous vegetable - the banana flower, known as 'mocha' in Bengali. Cooked with shrimps and coconut, it is best served with rice on the side.
A favourite at many Chennai restaurants and also cooked at homes on special occasions. It tastes delicious with dosa and is also a favourite with idiappam.This version is less 'calorific' because it uses steamed dumplings.
Simple yet flavoursome, this Kerala-style chutney is perfect when you need a quick accompaniment for dosa at breakfast.
Sudden urge to eat? You have moong dal cheela to your rescue. This easy to make cheela is not only healthy but it also manages to fill up your stomach.
Chicken chunks fried crisp along with fiery red chillies, crunchy cashews, oriental sauces, spring onions and a pinch of sugar.
This pickle is a spice lover's dream come true. Whole chillies stuffed with a host of sizzling spices make this Banarasi preparation a popular one.
This pickle is made with a combination of sweet and spicy flavours of green chillies, vinegar, jaggery, whole spices and sesame oil.
This palatable pickle of green chillies is stuffed with a spice mix and generous squeeze of lime.
About Aubergine and Green Chili Salan Reecipe: A twist to the Hyderabadi mirchi ka salan. This one is made with aubergines, coconut, peanuts and poppy seeds. Serve with your favourite biryani or any rice dish ...
Chilli seeds should be added to the curries; these tiny wonders may look like they cannot do anything good, but they come packed with many nutrients
A debate has sprung up on which chilli is better - red or green. Divided opinions from every corner have left many confused who are unable to make a stern decision.
Want to live longer? Here's red chilli to your rescue. Researches say that eating hot red chilli peppers can lead to a 13 per cent reduction in total mortality, primarily in deaths due to heart ...
Red chillies are one of the most commonly used spices. In their powdered form, they are often used in Indian curries to add flavour and a rich colour.But, how safe is the red chilli powder ...
There are times when we often end up buying green chillies in large quantities, but eventually struggle while storing them. Most of the times, due to inappropriate storage, green chillies tend to go bad
Since seeds are the hottest part, deseeding them can reduce its spice quotient to a considerable extent
Weekend is upon us. It has been a long week for quite a few of us, and now it is finally time to unwind and put on the party shoes. Those who are planning to ...
Raw, fried, roasted in your tadkas or added to curries, green chillies are not only delicious but also rich in so many vitamins. Here are 12 healing benefits this humble spice offers.
f you can forego that aam ka achaar or mixed vegetable achaar, you can try this non-oily, low-calorie green chilli pickle. Apart from the absence of oil, green chilli is extremely healthy for you.
Here we add a bunch of green chillies to coriander chutney, enriching it with another set of health-giving properties. Both coriander leaves and green chilli help in maintaining a sound digestive system.